There is no question that immigration into the United States has become a very delicate subject that has a large number of American citizens wondering if immigration should continue “in its current form”. There will always be a large numbers of immigrants to countries that offer a better future them. The problem is that many U.S. citizens feel that there are way too many illegal immigrants coming into the country and this is something they feel might be dangerous due to how many of those immigrants become criminals when they reach the country.
The truth is that there will always be people with good intentions and people with bad intentions when immigrants come to the US, but criminal activity is more likely to be found in the illegal immigrant groups than they are to be found in people who gain legal access to the US. This is the reason why so many people believe that illegal immigrants should be deported from the country instead of being given an opportunity to find a job, while they do support the immigration of people with qualifications who are actually going to contribute to society.
Other argue that illegal immigrants are the only ones that are willing to perform jobs at minimum wage and this has created a huge debate that seems to be going on for a very long time. We all know that the US was built by tortured African slaves that were kidnapped on the basis of controlled betrayal brought on by Europeans, that were forced to immigrate then integrate, and times have not changed much and the needs of a country can shift when the citizens are not being able to live comfortably. With that, there seems to be an attitude of having no room for immigrants that come without the right kind of skills to earn the right to stay in the country. Others believe that even illegal immigrants deserve a chance to stay.